In the spirit of the original Fantasy Alarm tag-line, "Never start an injured player again," we felt it was necessary to keep you fantasy football players as up to date as possible with all the news regarding NFL game cancellations and postponements due to COVID-19. Not that all of these players involved are injured, but when one team is infected, as we've seen with the Tennessee Titans, they drag down their opposition for the week. Those of you who lost Ben Roethlisberger , JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Conner know what we're talking about.

Each week, we will post the latest information so you are able to track what has happened, which teams are most directly affected and whether or not the games will be played during the current week's scoring period. This was, if you see a team or, more specifically, one of your players affected, you can head over to our Waiver Wire article or Injury Report and figure out which players will be worth your while for replacements. The NFL DFS Playbook will also have COVID-19 updates as well.

October 22

4:10pm ET

The Raiders have place their entire starting offensive line on the reserve/COVID list. They have five days to quarantine which could leave them eligible Sunday morning but none are allowed to practice.

9:00am ET

Raiders linemen remain in isolation. Should they remain asymptomatic and test results are negative, all but Trent Brown, who was placed on the reserve/COVID list already, will be eligible to play Sunday against the Buccaneers.

October 21

3:40pm ET

The Las Vegas Raiders placed RT Trent Brown on the reserve/COVID list after a positive test and contct tracing has now caused them to send home another five offensive linemen.

October 19

1:50pm ET

Las Vegas Raiders put CB Damon Arnette on the reserve/COVID list. No other players tested positive.

October 18

9:00am ET

No new positives this morning. All games will play

October 17

1:00pm ET

The Denver Broncos announced that their running backs coach, Curtis Modkins, tested positive for COVID-19 and will not travel with the team to their game against the Patriots. The good sign is that the Broncos are still traveling to New England.

8:45am ET

The Jacksonville Jaguars have announced they received a positive test on one of their practice squad players. They have shut down their facility on Saturday and are taking all the necessary precautions. They plan to play Sunday's game, but will be working closely with the NFL on this over the next 24 hours.

8:30am ET

The Patriots, Falcons and Colts have all re-opened their practice/training facilities in the last 24 hours and it would appear as if all three games formerly in jeopardy will play this week.

October 16

12:40pm ET

The New England Patriots have cancelled their Friday practice due to another positive COVID-19 test. They are awaiting more test results and could shut down their facility for the second time in two weeks.

11:30am ET

NFL and Colts announce that tests were false positives so Colts/Bengals looks good to play Sunday.

9:30am ET

The Atlanta Falcons players and coaches are returning to the team facility today after tests have cleared. All signs point towards the Falcons/Vikings game being played Sunday.

7:30am ET

The Indianapolis Colts have shut down their team facility due to a number of positive COVID-19 tests. No confirmation as to whether any of the players have tested positive. More news to come regarding the status of the Colts/Bengals game.

October 15

12:30pm ET

From -- Odell Beckham was sent home with an illness and is now currently awaiting results from his COVID testing

11:20am ET

With the Falcons positive test coming from an assistant coach and not a player, the NFL is allowing the Falcons to re-open their facility today, but the team has opted to wait until Friday for precautionary reasons.

10:30am ET

The Falcons/Vikings remains scheduled for its Sunday 1:00pm ET kickoff

9:45am ET 

We are now receiving word that it is only one positive test for the Atlanta Falcons and it is a personnel member, not a player. Facility is still shut down.

9:30am ET

Adam Schefter is reporting there are four positive tests for the Atlanta Falcons. Facility remains shut down.

9:15am ET

Sources are reporting multiple positive tests for the Atlanta Falcons who are now shutting down their facility.

October 13

5.15pm ET

Accoridng to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network, there has been a major change to the NFL-NFLPA protocols distributed to clubs Monday: Anyone with "high risk" close contact exposure to a COVID-19 positive individual must be isolated for at least 5 days, even if the person is negative and remains asymptomatic.

4:45pm ET

The Atlanta Falcons have placed rookie DL Marlon Davidson on the Reserve/COVID-19 list

4:40pm ET

The Chiefs have added FB Anthony Sherman to the Reserve/COVID-19 list after announcing no positive tests earlier in the morning.

9:00am ET

No new positive tests for the Titans which means the Tuesday night game between them and the the Bills is a full-go. Start 'em if you got 'em!

No new positive tests for the Chiefs or the Patriots. If the trend continues, the Patriots will re-open their practice facility Wednesday and will be able to play in Week 6.

October 12 at 8:15am ET

The New England Patriots have reported no new positive tests from Sunday's round of testing, however, Cam Newton is still testing positive for COVID-19

The Tennessee Titans reported no new positives from Sunday's round of testing. More testing still to come.

October 11 at 2:45pm ET

NFL Schedule Changes Just Released 

Current Changes in the NFL Week 5 Schedule:

Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans has been moved to Tuesday, October 13 at 7pm ET, pending no new positive tests. 

Denver Broncos at New England Patriots has been moved to NEXT Sunday, October 19 (Week 6); the Broncos/Dolphins game originally scheduled for Week 6 will now be moved to a later date.

Most Recent Changes to the NFL Week 5/6 Schedules:

October 11

2:30pm ET

For Week 6, Thursday's Chiefs/Bills game has been moved to Monday night, October 19

9:10am ET

The New Engalnd/Denver game has officially been moved to Week 6 -- Sunday, October 19 -- GET YOUR BRONCOS & PATRIOTS OUT OF YOUR WEEK 5 FANTASY FOOTBALL LINEUPS

Denver/Miami, originally scheduled for Week 6 will now be moved to a later week.

8:30am ET

The Tennessee Titans have now shut down their practice facility after a coach has tested positive for the coronavirus.

7:30am ET

The New England Patriots have one positive test this morning. As of now the game is still scheduled to play Monday, but it is now pending more tests. The Patriots practice facility has been closed.

October 10

12:35pm ET:

Adam Schefter reports the New England Patriots, who will be playing Denver on Monday night at 5pm ET, have returned to their practice facility today, but neither QB Cam Newton  nor DB Stephon Gillmore were present as both tested positive for the coronavirus.

12:30pm ET:

No new positive tests for either Tennessee Titans or New England Patriots

An unnamed practice squad player for the Chicago Bears has tested positive for the coronavirus.

A strength and conditioning coach for the Kansas CIty Chiefs has tested positive for the coronavirus. Contact tracing is underway.

October 9

4:30pm ET

Arizona Cardinals plane schedule to fly to Ne Jersey at 6pm ET. The Cardinals/Jets game will play as scheduled Sunday.

4:00pm ET

NFL Reports say Jets "perceived positive" test is confirmed as a "false positive."

9:00am ET

New York Jets practice facilty is shut down due to a "perceived positive" test. Players and coaches have been sent home.

8:35am ET

No new positive tests for either Tennessee Titans or New England Patriots

October 8

1:00pm ET

NFL announces that Week 6 Bills/Chiefs game has been moved from Thursday, Octobe 15 to Sunday, October 18 if the Week 5 Titans/Bills game plays on Tuesday.